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METRO Blue Line

Long shutdown will help METRO Blue Line have a long life 

Posted by Drew Kerr | Thursday, July 7, 2022 1:05:00 PM
New track sections have been staged in Bloomington, where Blue Line improvements will be made over the next five weeks. Light rail vehicles have traveled up and down the METRO Blue Line more than 1 million times since it opened in 2004. Wear [...]
Where I'm From

Where I’m From: Atra Mohamed, bus operator 

Posted by John Komarek | Thursday, July 7, 2022 10:51:00 AM
Metro Transit employees come from many cultures and backgrounds. To celebrate this diversity, employees who are proud to share their heritage and identity will be regularly featured on the Riders' Almanac blog. Read more stories here. Tell [...]
The MT 10

10 Questions with Metro Transit - Emma 

Posted by Drew Johnson | Thursday, July 7, 2022 6:16:00 AM
Want to share your answers to the “10 Questions” with us? We are making this a recurring feature in the Connect email newsletter and Rider’s Almanac blog as a fun way to feature and learn from our customers. Send an email with “10 [...]
How We Roll

How We Roll: Jonathan Ahn, BRT Operations Project Manager 

Posted by Drew Kerr | Thursday, July 7, 2022 5:18:00 AM
Has transit always been a part of your life? Growing up in Seoul, South Korea, I primarily got around by subway or bus. You could almost say transit has always been a part of my DNA. When I graduated and started working, I had a [...]
Light Rail METRO Blue Line METRO Green Line Safety and Security Action Plan

Test will help determine if fewer light rail vehicles improves customer experience  

Posted by Drew Kerr | Tuesday, July 5, 2022 9:35:00 AM
From July 9 through August 19, people who take the METRO Blue and Green lines will notice something different than they’re used to – light rail vehicles traveling in sets of two, rather than three. The temporary switch is being made to see [...]
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